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Politics & Government

Some Texas Legislators Push School Vouchers Despite Continued Resistance

School vouchers are back in play in the upcoming state legislative session. Is this the session they finally happen?
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Politics & Government

More Than 900 Bills Were Filed in the Texas Legislature Yesterday. Let’s Take a Look at Some.

In the first day state legislators could file bills, their proposed legislation took up school vouchers, abortion, gender-affirming care, and gun violence. But how many will actually make it to the floor?
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Local Government

New American Citizens Were Among Nearly 200,000 Who Voted In Dallas County on Election Day

Locally, County Judge Clay Jenkins keeps his seat, Proposition A passes easily, and District Attorney John Creuzot predicts a victory.
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Politics & Government

Southlake Mayor Promotes Election Misinformation

Is John Huffman fomenting fear, or does he not understand how elections work?

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Politics & Government

Author and CEO Bill Browder Shares His Insights on Russia

One of the largest foreign investor in Russia in the early 2000s discusses Vladimir Putin, the war in Ukraine, and the European energy sector.
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Local News

Michael Hinojosa Will Leave His Job Early. What’s Next for the Dallas ISD Super?

Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa was supposed to stay with the district through the end of 2022 to help his successor learn the ropes. Now he's leaving early, and some are wondering if a mayoral campaign is ahead.
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Politics & Government

Here’s the Short List for Dallas’ Next City Manager

This is an important decision. Let's take it seriously.
By Tim Rogers
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Politics & Government

How the Texas Legislature Can Help Prevent Maternal Deaths

The maternal mortality rate for Black women is three times as high as White women.
By Steve Love
Adlene Harrison
Local News

Remembering Adlene Harrison, Dallas’ Groundbreaking First Female Mayor

Dallas’ first female mayor died last month at the age of 98. She was a trailblazer, unafraid to speak her mind fight for things like integration and environmental justice.